[Samba] CRITICAL can't copy files to samba volumes
Joel at HammersHome.com
Thu Jul 18 15:04:02 GMT 2002
I can't imagine why people didn't read an unsolicited level 10 log.
First, you are different, since I can copy a file from a local folder to my
samba server without trouble.
I would start with one server and one windows client first, preferably win98
and fix one problem first.
Win98 is the better place to start, since 2k is full of bugs. Do you have
all the service packs updated for 2k?
So, have you walked through DIAGNOSIS.txt in docs/textdocs ?
Then, if you passed all the tests for one pair of machines, then look at
your samba configuration and your permission on your unix machine for the
involved share. Are all the permissions properly set on all the directories
in the path on the unix system?
Then post the smb.conf global section and the section for the share that is
Do you have trouble saving files between two samba server machines?
Can you save files from windows to windows?
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 04:32:04PM -0400, Dave J. Andruczyk wrote:
> I've set the perms on the vlumes as wide open as possible..
> 2k and Win98 give different errors.
> When trying to copy a local folder (With files in it) to the smaba share I
> You may not be able to to access files created in the folder
> \\samba-server\software\new folder\scripts
> Do you want to continue Yes No
> Win2k says "Cannot copy FOLDERNAME: The specified network name is no longer
> I don't see anything significant in the samba logs even with a higher debug
> level.. I sent a level 10 log earlier and got no reponses.
> This is happeneing on two seperate linux machines, one with mandrake 8.2,
> samba 2.2.4 and one with mandrake 8.1, samba 2.2.2 (tried 2.2.5 with the
> same results)
> I also tried on xfs versus ext3 filesystems, same problems.
> I need to solve this ASAP. any help, is strongly appreciated.
> Dave A.
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